"The best way to think of ADD is not as a mental disorder but as a collection of traits and tendencies that define a way of being in the world. There is some positive to it and some negative, some glory and some pain. If the negative becomes a disabling, then this way of being in the world can become a disorder. The point of diagnosis and treatment is to transform the disorder into an asset."
~ Delivered From Distraction: Getting the Most out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder,
by Edward M. Hallowell, MD, and John J. Ratey, MD
ADD/ADHD Overview by Edward Hallowell, MD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Fact Sheet by Russell Barkley, PhD
Taking Charge of Adult ADHD, by Russell A. Barkley. This book is available for free online to BYU-Idaho students through the BYU Idaho library. Go the the library home page and type in the search field: Taking Charge of Adult ADHD. It will bring up the full online version of the book.
Adventures in Fast Forward: Life, Love, and Work for the ADD Adult, by Kathleen G. Nadeau
Delivered from Distraction: Getting the Most out of Life with Attention Deficit Disorder, by Edward M. Hallowell, MD, and John J. Ratey, MC